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“From my experience, personal connections and continuous care are the most important things. Therefore I always take the time to get to know my patients.”
Dr. Paula Harris

About Ketamine

Ketamine Research:


About Ketamine

Ketamine was initially developed as an anesthetic; it received FDA approval for this use in 1970. In 2006, a landmark study on the use of ketamine in treating depression was published by the National Institute of Mental Health. The study revealed that a single intravenous dose of ketamine produced “robust and rapid antidepressant effects” within just a few hours.

Since then, several other studies (including this May 2016 study) have shown similar findings. As a result, a growing number of physicians across the country are turning to ketamine to provide a potentially life-changing solution for people in need of rapid relief from depression and severe anxiety. Also, a May 2017 study found that FDA data support ketamine as a depression therapy.

More recently, studies on the use of the esketamine nasal spray (SPRAVATO) have shown the efficacy of that treatment:

Several articles have been published about the use of ketamine to treat depression, including:

How ketamine works

Ketamine works differently than standard depression medications (like Prozac, Zoloft and others) by NMDA receptor modulation as a novel mechanism for accelerated improvement in severe and chronic forms of depression. 

In addition to ketamine’s ability to help some depression sufferers when other medications have failed, ketamine also acts much faster than standard antidepressants. In fact, patients may find significant improvement in depression symptoms within hours of a ketamine dose — versus weeks or months with other antidepressants. 

Your treatment options

Iowa Ketamine offers two types of ketamine treatment: nasal-spray esketamine treatment (SPRAVATO) and intravenous (I/V) ketamine treatment.


Our Promise To You


Allowing people to have access is our priority


Providing a respectful environment and supportive care


When we make a commitment you can depend on us to be there.

Words from Our Patients

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